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  • Nathan shared from The MacArthur Daily Bible: Read through the Bible in one year, with notes from John MacArthur by Thomas Nelson
    DAY 26: What does the healing of the blind man in John 9 teach us about unbelief? In ancient times, severe physical deformities, such as congenital blindness (vv. 8, 9), sentenced a person to begging as the only means of support (Acts 3:1–7). The drastic change in the healed man caused many to faithlessly believe that he was not the person born blind. If you read through vv. 13–34, this section in the story of the healing of the blind man reveals some key characteristics of willful unbelief: 1) unbelief sets false standards; 2) unbelief always wants more evidence but never has enough; 3) unbelief...
    Note: Reading these comments today from the John Macarthur Daily Bible about the healing of the man born blind, I am strongly reminded of the responses of most atheists during conversations about God. Pharisees and atheists are not too far apart!
  • Nathan shared from The MacArthur Daily Bible: Read through the Bible in one year, with notes from John MacArthur by Thomas Nelson
    DAY 26: What does the healing of the blind man in John 9 teach us about unbelief? In ancient times, severe physical deformities, such as congenital blindness (vv. 8, 9), sentenced a person to begging as the only means of support (Acts 3:1–7). The drastic change in the healed man caused many to faithlessly believe that he was not the person born blind. If you read through vv. 13–34, this section in the story of the healing of the blind man reveals some key characteristics of willful unbelief: 1) unbelief sets false standards; 2) unbelief always wants more evidence but never has enough; 3) unbelief...
    Note: Reading these comments today from the John Macarthur Daily Bible about the healing of the man born blind, I am strongly reminded of the reaction of most conversations I have had about God with atheists. Pharisees and atheists are not too far apart!
  • Nathan shared from The MacArthur Daily Bible: Read through the Bible in one year, with notes from John MacArthur by Thomas Nelson
    Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest!
    Note: John 4:35
  • Nathan shared from The MacArthur Daily Bible: Read through the Bible in one year, with notes from John MacArthur by Thomas Nelson
    20Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness;
    Note: Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil... Isa. 5:20
  • Nathan shared from Holy Bible: New American Standard Bible (NASB) by The Lockman Foundation
    12And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved.”
    Note: Acts 4:12